Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

Luna-White Deer Trail

Hike along the shorelines of both Luna and White Deer Lakes on this tranquil trail adjacent to Luna-White Deer Campground. Bring your binoculars and camera because you'll likely catch sight of loons on one of these lakes. Both of the crystal clear, undeveloped lakes present a setting hikers can enjoy at dawn on a foggy morning or on a crisp, clear, and sunny fall afternoon.

Directions: From Eagle River, take State Highway 70 east for 15 miles to Divide Road (FR 2176). Turn right and go south 6 miles to Luna-White Deer Campground sign. Turn right into the campground. Hikers can park either at the White Deer Lake swimming area with parking available for 7 vehicles or the boat ramp on Luna Lake, with space available for 10 vehicles.

Trail Length: 4 mile loop.

Difficulty: Level terrain, some small hills.


Luna-White Deer Trail



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